Team of Authors
Mr. Novy Kapadia is an eminent Indian football expert. He is known to have Indian football history and statistics on his fingertips. He has done football commentary for Zee Sports and Ten Action and is a regular invitee on TV shows related to Indian football. He is also the editor of Durand Annual Journal since 1983 and a columnist in The Asian Age. His non-footballing career involves teaching in Delhi University where he is an Associate Professor.
Mikey Delap is a life long Blackburn Rovers fan living in Sheffield, UK. He has been writing on Rovers from last two years. He provides regular updates on Rovers in his blog “The Wild Blackburn Rover” and also the site editor of “Vital Blackburn Rovers”. Mikey is critically acclaimed by the Observer Newspaper, ESPN, FHM and the audience of Vital Blackburn themselves amongst many others.
Subhajyoti is a renowned face of football in the Garden City Bangalore. He has the latest happenings of Bangalore football activities on his blog http://www.gardencitysoccerstars.blogspot.com.
Somesh Upadhyay is a research scholar in Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai. He is following Indian football ever since he came to know about the ASEAN Cup victory of East Bengal in 2003. He was brought up in Kolkata and is currently in Mumbai, ‘very close to the Cooperage’ as he likes to put it.
Saurabh Rai is a simple football fan who is a keen follower of Indian football.His articles mostly focus on North East football specially Sikkim and Darjeeling along with the neighboring countries of Nepal and Bhutan.He also runs a blog named Latey Bhakundo (Latey Bhakundo means Football in Nepali Language) with an aim to promote the game of football in his own small way.
Saurabh holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Journalism and is currently working as a consultant (North-East India) for a Kolkata based company PLO Sports Management.His former employers includes Zee Sports,Football Players Association of India (FPAI) and Libero Sports India.
Rudra Nayan Das, currently lives in Bangalore, is quite a regular in the I league matches that are held in Bangalore and is a very keen follower of every little development happening in the Indian football circuit. He hails from Kolkata and naturally inherited the passion for football.
He enjoys discussing about Indian football in IFN Forum and in other social networks.
Twitter : https://twitter.com/Rudra_nayan
Dhritiman is a civil engineer working with a construction company.He is from Bagnan a small town of district Howrah of WB. His romance with football started since 1993 when Bhaichung came to play for East Bengal. He simply just loves to talk about this game. Apart from being a passionate follower, he has also played in sub divisional football league for a local club. He believes that India has enough talent to become a powerhouse in football and hopes that someday we will make it to the highest level.
Srijan Sumeet Choudhary is a big time football fan. He has played the game whole of his life, has been writing about it for some time and soon would want to get into the world of football and never come out of it.
“DREAM: TO SEE MY COUNTRY INDIA PLAY A FIFA WORLD CUP ONE DAY”
He would one day start working towards it and that day just might come soon. He is a MADRIDISTA when it comes to club football and one day would love to sit in SANTIAGO BERNABEU to witness the BLANCOS on that green turf.
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